A decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission will allow a patent infringement case filed by Tessera Technologies Inc. against electronics giants Motorola Inc., Qualcomm Inc. and others to proceed, Tessera disclosed Thursday.
In a boost to E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., the U.S. International Trade Commission has preliminarily agreed with the industrial goods company's allegation that it is being materially injured by cheaper imports of the product from France.
InterDigital Inc. disclosed Monday that it is in settlement talks with Nokia Corp. to resolve all patent disputes between the two companies, including a complaint filed with the International Trade Commission related to third-generation cell phone technology.
Crocs have garnered an ardent fan base and a number of equally fervent detractors since they debuted in 2002. Critics of the colorful plastic shoes added a new member to their ranks last week, when foam-manufacturer Cellect LLC sued Crocs Inc. for patent infringement.
An appellate judge refused Tuesday to block a lower court's permanent injunction barring Qualcomm Inc. from importing and selling chips and devices that allegedly infringe three Broadcom Corp. patents.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has opened an investigation into whether more than 30 major electronics companies, including Sony Corp., infringed a Columbia University professor’s technology covering short-wavelength light-emitting diodes and laser diodes.
Cipla received a boost on Wednesday when the High Court of Delhi reportedly refused to intercept the Indian generics maker's efforts to manufacture and market F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.'s cancer drug Tarceva without a compulsory license.
A federal appeals court has affirmed a ruling allowing Roche Holding AG to import its anemia drug Mircera into the U.S. as long as the company doesn't sell it. But the court disagrees with the International Trade Commission's position that the ITC doesn't have jurisdiction over the case.
Heating up the controversy over compulsory licensing, the High Court of Delhi reportedly is set to consider whether Indian generics manufacturer Natco Pharma should be allowed to override patents on cancer drugs made by Pfizer Inc. and F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.
Seeking to rehabilitate its tarnished image, The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has reached an agreement with the Vietnamese government to tighten oversight of items imported from Vietnam to the United States.
In a turnaround from recent promises to reconsider its aggressive stance on compulsory licenses, Thailand's new government has decided to override international patents on three cancer drugs under pressure from health activists and doctors.
The European Union has launched an investigation into U.S. online gambling laws, which European betting companies have complained are being selectively and unfairly enforced against them.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has instituted an investigation into PressTek Inc.'s allegations that Israeli printing plate manufacturer VIM Technologies Ltd., its partner Hanita Coatings RCA Ltd. and four North American distributors are infringing patents for printing press technology.
The U.S. International Trade Commission announced last week that it will investigate whether Syngenta AG and its subsidiaries are infringing Sumimoto's patent on a chemical used in pesticides, responding to a request by Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd. and its subsidiary Valent USA Corp.
Ahead of an expected strengthening of India's antitrust guidelines, the country's competition watchdog is already flexing its muscles, finding nine cement manufacturers guilty of operating a price-fixing cartel in 2000 and 2001.
The U.S. and EU have filed for dispute settlement consultation with the World Trade Organization against China over regulations that restrict financial news sources in China.
General Electric has filed a complaint with the U.S International Trade Commission alleging that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. and two of its subsidiaries have infringed on GE's patents for wind turbine technology.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has rejected claims for the fourth of five chip-packaging patents asserted by Tessera Inc. against an array of microchip firms.
Dealing Nokia Corp. its second international patent victory in recent months, a British court has ruled that rival Qualcomm Inc.'s claims of patent infringement against the Finnish mobile phone maker were invalid.
Finding that U.S. industry may be harmed by alleged dumping activities, the U.S. International Trade Commission voted unanimously on Saturday to continue investigating China's imports of small-diameter graphite electrodes.